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by Patrick   $0.28 total tips   💰tip   follow   2022 May 8, 9:37am  

Selective justice is not justice at all.



2   PeopleUnited   2022 May 8, 11:49am  

Imagine if just one of the people who faked the last election was put in trial and facing even 8 years in prison for their crime, that would at least be a step toward justice. But instead we have election protesters and vapid teen homecoming queen on trial. That is Effed up.
3   FortwayeAsFuckJoeBiden   2022 May 8, 3:08pm  

Patrick says
Selective justice is not justice at all.







that one is fucjed up. i saw how those bitches killed the taxi driver. it was teally ficked up shit
4   Al_Sharpton_for_President   2022 May 8, 3:20pm  

Liberals/Dems treat Negroes as if they lack agency.

Definition of Agency
(noun) The capacity of an individual to actively and independently choose and to affect change; free will or self-determination.
5   FortwayeAsFuckJoeBiden   2022 May 8, 3:32pm  

Al_Sharpton_for_President says

Liberals/Dems treat Negroes as if they lack agency.

Definition of Agency
(noun) The capacity of an individual to actively and independently choose and to affect change; free will or self-determination.


its a totem pole of privilege

faggots > blacks > women > immigrants

you can murder down the totem, but not up totem.
ed buck got 2 free negro kills no consequences, arrested on third.
blacks murder migrants… crickets.
6   Ceffer   2022 May 8, 4:27pm  

Well, as Stalin says, you don't create terror by persecuting the guilty. You create terror by persecuting the innocent.
7   Patrick   2022 May 9, 10:25am  

https://kunstler.com/clusterfuck-nation/got-the-heebie-jeebies/?source=patrick.net


Meanwhile, several Supreme Court justices are under siege in direct contravention of 18 U.S. Code § 115 — influencing, impeding, or retaliating against a federal official by threatening or injuring a family member. The authorities are permitting angry mobs to moil freely outside the Justices’ houses, while many January Sixth “insurrectionists” rot in the DC jail into a second-year on misdemeanor charges that the authorities refuse to adjudicate — meaning that there is no authority in Washington, DC, only a nameless, lawless simulacrum of it as conceived, say, in the spirit of Franz Kafka.

Hope abides that the November elections might set up a correction to much of this madness. The release on Saturday of Dinesh D’Souza’s documentary 2000 Mules does not provide a whole lot of encouragement about that. The Party of Chaos still has its apparatus of ballot fraud in place all over the country and nobody seems to know what to do about it (though the remedy is pretty simple and straightforward: in-person voting with voter ID). The evidence of drop-box video and smart-phone tracking of the 2020 ballot-stuffers in several states is right there and nobody in American life appears to be equipped to do something about it. The necessary equipment consists of two plum-sized glands generally assigned at birth to persons of the male persuasion. Perhaps, along with refrigerator condensers, the supply line for that is broken.

But first, of course, before the scheduled midterm elections there are roughly six months of nice weather to get through, meaning conditions that are favorable for action in the street, starring the shock troops of Progressive Wokery. Depending on where you live, maybe that’s another reason to feel those old heebie-jeebies creeping in on little spiders’ feet.
8   Patrick   2022 May 9, 9:30pm  

https://patriotpost.us/articles/88187?source=patrick.net


MAY 9, 2022
Misdemeanor for Chappelle’s ‘Knife Gun’ Attacker?
Apparently, LA is the place to be if you want to get away with a violent crime.
9   Al_Sharpton_for_President   2022 Aug 2, 11:12am  

Thought it was a deer.
10   GNLusedtobeWineHorr   2022 Aug 2, 1:01pm  

How is that not a crime?
11   richwicks   2022 Aug 2, 1:03pm  

WineHorror1 says

How is that not a crime?


It is a crime.

We don't have a judicial system.

Shit? Anybody ever going to recognize the obvious?


original link


We don't have a judicial system.

We're YEARS beyond the time of asking "Why didn't X happen?" - because there's a dual standard in government, and government doesn't enforce laws. You worried we're in a tyranny? We've been in one for fucking decades.
12   Patrick   2022 Aug 2, 1:20pm  

A hallmark of 3rd world dictatorship is that you don't get prosecuted if you're part of the ruling party.

And here we are.
14   Al_Sharpton_for_President   2022 Aug 3, 9:07am  

Forget it, Patnet. It's Jersey City town.
16   Patrick   2022 Aug 4, 9:07am  

https://notthebee.com/article/new-jersey-democrat-councilwoman-plows-through-a-cyclist-at-an-intersection-and-doesnt-even-stop-to-see-if-hes-okay


NJ councilwoman plows through cyclist with SUV and speeds off, hasn't been charged with a crime

Is this lady, Democratic Jersey City Councilwoman Amy DeGise, so important she can't even be bothered to stop to see if the man she ran over is okay?

Sure, she had the green light but if you drive away from this type of accident you're an absolutely disgusting person.


17   Patrick   2022 Aug 4, 9:08am  

https://therightscoop.com/watch-ted-cruz-grills-justice-department-official-on-why-they-wont-arrest-protesters-at-homes-of-scotus-justices/


Ted Cruz GRILLS Justice Department official on why they won’t arrest protesters at homes of SCOTUS Justices

Cruz noted the law that Congress established in 18 U.S. Code § 1507 makes it illegal for anyone to protest outside of the homes of Supreme Court Justices.

He also noted the one deranged criminal, spurred on by the violent rhetoric encouraged by Democrats, who tried to assassinate Justice Kavanaugh.

Cruz grilled Kenneth A. Polite Jr. on why they won’t follow this law, and Polite kept dancing around the issue, noting they had prosecuted one person for their conduct during these protests.

But Cruz pressed him further and it turns out that even that one prosecution wasn’t charged under 18 U.S. Code § 1507. In other words, they have arrested no one and Polite couldn’t explain it. Or at least he chose not to.
To everyone watching it’s clear that the DOJ isn’t following this law because they want protesters there. This White House and DOJ want abortion to be the law of the land again and now they are fighting to make that happen, by not arresting these protesters and suing states who dare to ban abortion, among other things.

It’s an absolute lie in my opinion when Polite claims politics doesn’t influence their decisions. This DOJ is as political as Obama’s DOJ in nearly everything they do, if not more so.


This is 3rd world stuff.
18   Patrick   2022 Aug 4, 9:22am  

https://spectatorworld.com/topic/is-biden-giving-brittney-griner-special-treatment/


Is Biden giving Brittney Griner special treatment?
There are hundreds of other Americans who could be called ‘wrongfully detained’

... it sure seems like Griner benefited more from being a black, lesbian athlete married to another woman in a tough midterm year than anything approaching right or wrong, never mind the geopolitics setting free an arms dealer who sought to harm innocent Americans. ...

The point is not to see Brittney Griner suffer; it’s to ask what makes her case special enough to warrant the designation “wrongfully detained” and the offer of a lopsided prison swap.

During my State Department career, I visited hundreds of American prisoners abroad, from celebrities and white-collar criminals dealing with multi-millions of dollars at issue to near-homeless Americans trying to make a quick drug score. Not a single one of them felt he was “rightfully detained” in every sense; most felt their sentences were too long given the offenses they committed. But I was under strict and standing orders not to advocate for any of them, to allow the host country process to play out as it would.

What makes Brittney Griner more special than Lieutenant Alkonis or Marc Fogel or my hundreds of cases, Mr. Biden? Will they have to wait in a foreign prison for some future election cycle when it is their peer group a future president seeks to impress?
19   Patrick   2022 Aug 4, 9:45am  

https://spectatorworld.com/topic/democrat-judge-mysteriously-takes-over-paul-pelosi-arraignment/


Democrat judge mysteriously takes over Paul Pelosi arraignment
How about that…

Elsewhere, the Fox News show Jesse Watters Primetime dropped the bombshell that Pelosi’s arraignment judge had stepped down and was subsequently replaced. The replacement was Monique Langhorne, a Democrat who used to work in the District Attorney’s office. ...

Watters said of Langhorne, “She’s very well-connected, she was appointed to a special advisory board by Gavin Newsom too, so I mean this is totally deck stacking if I’ve ever seen it.”

Of all of the things people can expect for the Pelosi family, a fair trial is certainly not one of them.
20   Ceffer   2022 Aug 4, 10:39am  

More crooked than an inbred southern town.
23   HeadSet   2022 Aug 4, 2:58pm  

No, it ain't crises that get a President impeached - it is going after a politicians corruption. Going after corruption scares crooks like Pelosi, Romney, and Biden, along with the whole collection of Dems and RINOs.
25   Patrick   2022 Aug 8, 8:36am  

https://spectatorworld.com/topic/ron-desantis-was-right-to-suspend-tampas-woke-prosecutor/


If a legislature passes laws sanctioning actions A, B, C, and D as crimes, then it’s not up to the district attorney to say “I will only enforce A and B.” He doesn’t have that right or responsibility. ...

All across the country, however, Justice Democrats have said they will not prosecute whole classes of crimes as a matter of principle. In doing so, they are acting as one-man legislatures. That’s true whether they are elected or appointed. They are still executive officials and are not authorized to ignore whole classes of duly passed laws.

DeSantis nailed that point, making an effective argument that Warren was guilty of exactly this kind of overreach. That’s a serious violation if we are to remain a country of laws, not men, where our government at all levels is grounded in the separation of powers between the executive, legislative, and judicial branches.
27   Patrick   2022 Aug 9, 11:10am  

https://patriots.win/p/15JASzqAt9/how-much-do-you-want-to-bet-that/


How much do you want to bet that if we protested on the home street of the judge that signed off on the Trump raid, the DOJ would all of a sudden remember it’s illegal to do that.
28   1337irr   2022 Aug 9, 11:12am  

Patrick says

https://patriots.win/p/15JASzqAt9/how-much-do-you-want-to-bet-that/



How much do you want to bet that if we protested on the home street of the judge that signed off on the Trump raid, the DOJ would all of a sudden remember it’s illegal to do that.


$10!
29   Patrick   2022 Aug 9, 11:31am  

https://twitter.com/bennyjohnson/status/1556976169832091649?cxt=HHwWgsC46fjkvpsrAAAA


Benny Johnson 🍊
@bennyjohnson
Did you know that the IRS only audits Americans who live in RED States?

Large swaths of the country are left untouched and unmolested by federal power — as long as they consistently deliver for the Democrat party.

See the east coast, upper Midwest, PA, New York & Illinois!?!?


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